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and by a rancher. i ewe up in new york city. gentlemen, thanks for being on "the young turks." >> thanks for having us. >> thank you. >> benjamin, i want to talk about the ranching. what is it about this pipeline and how will it affect your life and the life of people who do what you do? what are the impacts on your business? >> well, the first impact's going to be the immediate impacts of construction on the land itself, so for example what folks from where i'm from in the sand hills were concerned about was the impacts on that landscape, because it's very fragile. sand hills is the name, and that's the soil. it's sand, and folks are concerned about erosion wind erosion, and things like that. another impact is to the aquifer. this pipeline will be directly in the aquifer. that's the largest fresh water source in north america and the sows of all of our agricultural livestock and irrigation water and source of the economy in my state. >> we almost wore the same thing today. i'm glad that didn't happen. you know i think that in speaking to both of you, one of the things, steven, is to talk about wha
tokyo new york, los angeles would be oklahoma city. >> let me stop you there. i want to know what you mean by 15 minutes if it was what, 15 minutes quicker slower. >> if it had gotten here 15 minutes earlier it would have hit us. cenk: because everything's moving in space because everybody thinks of like the earth is right here. >> the earth is orbiting the sun, this thing is orbiting the sun out of the plane of the earth's orbit by a little bit. tomorrow friday, happy valentine's day, by the way. cenk: you too. >> this asteroid will come up from the south pass indonesia. the earth will turn and the gulf stone observatory will point at it. 15 minutes earlier and it would hit us. cenk: that's amazing. >> there's this oh 1% of these objects that we know about and these are city killers. there are other bigger objects that are how to say civillation killers. cenk: in a sense they're almost like loose nooks. here we're scared to death of loose nooks but these are loose nooks times 20. >> a cosmic shooting gallery. cenk: how do we find out about the other 99% funding? >> funding would be g
in new york city, there was an interesting article in the new york times about how the chinese population is moving uptown to east harlem and right now there are killing of people in east harlem because they're defending their neighborhood, the chinese are so this whole idea of philosophy of stand your ground, but there was a bit of encouraging news on stand your ground. let's listen to benjamin crump the lawyer for the martin family what he had to say about stand your ground. >> the stand your ground law nobody talked about it this time last year until trayvon was killed. we have to think about how trayvon has changed the conversation. everybody in america knows about this controversial law and now for the first time in five years, there were no new states that enacted stand your ground laws. we look at that as a plus. michael: you know, i mean, trisha trayvon martin didn't want to be the martyr here but his killing may have led to the end of these laws, or is that just wishful thinking on my part? >> listen, i know that there's no question that many many millions of people have been ail
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